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Pablo Tajer Bio

Creative Director at MediaMonks Buenos Aires

Pablo Tajer Bio

Creative Director at MediaMonks Buenos Aires

Pablo Tajer, is the Creative Director of MediaMonks BA, and is one of the most versatile digital creatives in the market. He was Head of Facebook Creative Shop South Cone, he led digital creative teams at Grey and BBDO winning almost every international awards there is, he has worked for the most awarded traditional agencies (in his begginings) such as Del Campo S&S and JWT, he was ECD at GTB for Ford, and now at Mediamonks he leads the Creative Pitch Team BA and MercadoLibre Advertising BrandLab.


Pablo is a top notch creative with strong management skills, and was also speaker at more than 50 advertising events during the last few years.He really loves management and helping everyone around him to grow and become a better professional.


In his long carreer he has worked for some of the biggest brands there is, such as P&G, Unilever, MercadoLibre, Nike, Pepsico, Coca Cola, Ford, Mondelez, and so on. Helping and working with most of them to achieve digital transformation with creative ideas and the use of new media.


In 2016 Tajer was awarded Argentina´s Best Professional in Digital by the Jerry Goldenberg Awards.
in 2017 Tajer was part of the Cannes Lions Cyber Jury.Tajer won at almost all mayor advertising festivals. Starting with his 7 awards in CannesLions, D&AD, London International Awards, San Sebastian, Ojo de Iberoamerica, Circulo de Creativos Argentinos, One Show, Clio, and many more, but he is specially proud about the two years in a row at BBDO where he led the team that won Interactive Agency of the Year at every national festivals (Circulo de Creativos, IAB and Lapiz)


Tajer is an AR enthusiast and has built more than 50 Augmented Reality Instagram filters.

Matisse AR deconstruction at TATE Modern

Best tool to choose which SXSW Conference to attend

EGO made of your own image.

$50 pesos bill comes to life before it gets discontinued.



Tajer has two published comic strips books, the first one with Random House Mondadori in 2008 called “Laughing is Kosher” (Reírse es Kosher) and the second in 2017 called “Not so Kosher” (No tan Kosher). Both, as the title suggest, are Jewish humour.